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>> breaking overnight an air asia plane has disappeared overseas. right now a frantic search is on for any trails of -- trace of the airliner killing more than 150 people. we have information on what the pilot did after take joe. details just -- take off just ahead. a hit-and-run victim is rushed to the hospital. philadelphia police are looking for the vehicle involved and have questions for the victim because of what was left behind. penn state has won a bowl game after the sandusky scaldings. let's go outside to chris sowers. >> reporter: we have a few spritzes and sprinkles. we're already in the 40s some areas are pushing 50 degrees at this 7:00 a.m. hour. flipping it over to storm tracker 6 live double scan,
heavy weather pushing through northern new jersey into man manhattan. in delaware valley, we have lighter shades of green. every now and then you can see the yellows there we're zoomed into upper bucks and montgomery county south of the lehigh valley. route 100 and route 222, 78 seeing wet weather. that's the last of it. there's a batch pushing through now, we'll catch a break in the morning hours another batch pushes through by midday. we'll catch a break and there will be another batch. it will be on and off throughout the afternoon. it will not be a steady soaking rain. 44 degrees in philadelphia. it will not be snow. allentown, 42. millville, 46. dover, 50 degrees, sea isle city 47. beach haven showing 47. forecast for today we'll see cloudy and mild with showers on and off 53 degrees is your
forecasted high. normally we should be around 42. yesterday we topped out at 56. again, we just continue this mild trend. this is all going to come to a screeching halt as we get into monday afternoon. it's only 17 in omaha. 32 in saint louis. 36 in cincinnati. the cold arrives tomorrow and sets up a colder week next week. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i step back inside in just a bit. >> breaking news, the search for missing air asia plane overseas. 150 people were on board when the plane vanishinged our time. we learned new information. contact with flight 8501 was lost 42 minutes after takeoff from juanda international airport in singapore. the crews requested a deviation due to area.
that request happened before communication was lost. it is not known if the plane had satellite tracking devices on board. a search and rescue is underway involving indonesia singapore and malaysia. singapore air force and navy are searching with two c-130 planes. air asia has never lost a plane before and has a good safety track record. according to an air ratio i can't statement on board the plane are two pilots, five cabin crew and 155 passengers including 16 children and one infant. among the passengers three south correspond korean also. and one from singapore and france. there's no indication that any americans are on board or that the plane's disappearance is linked to terrorism.
"good morning america" will have more coming up at 8:00 a.m. we'll have another update in the next half-hour. developing overnight philadelphia police are looking for a hit-and-run driver and the vehicle involved. they have questions for the victim. after finding a ski mask and a gun that has been slid underneath a parked car. the gun and masked came from the victim who is now in temple university hospital. he was struck at the intersection of with it kerr arena wyoming -- w4eu9 kerr -- w4eu9 kerr and wyoming avenue. a police delivery man was robbed near the scene. the robbery suspect was wearing a ski mask and carrying a gun. the hit and run victim will be questioned about that, is of now he is not accused of that robbery. >> he was a new york city
police officer. he was, he is a hero. >> words honoring a fallen new york city police officer. tens of thousands of men and women in blue were there for the pro disetion leading rafael ramos -- procession leading rafael ramos to his grave. the final salute came a week after he and his partner were shot to death in their police car. kenneth moten has more on rafael ramos a devoted father who wanted to be a pastor. >> reporter: they marchldz to the -- marched to the same beat, their hearts heavy with grief as they honored rafael ramos. >> he represented the men and women of the new york city police department. he was the embodiment of our motto faithful unto death. >> reporter: outside christ tabernacle church a sea of police officers from coast to
coast. the shooter who had a hatred for police later killed himself. >> when an assassin's bullet targeted two officers, it targeted this city and it touched the soul of the entire nation. >> reporter: rafael ramos a 40-year-old husband and father of two who was a deeply religious man who was studying to be a police chaplin. >> he didn't just have a bible in his locker, he lived it in his heart he was a cop for all the right reasons. >> reporter: saturday he was made an honorary chap palestinian at the 84th precinct where he worked. undoubtly words his fell officers needed to hear at his funeral. instead he heard it from others. >> i extend my condolences to
another family, the nypd that is hurting to deeply right now. >> reporter: rafael ramos widow and his two sons were presented with the flag that draped the coffin. >> reporter: officers rafael ramos and wenjian liu were posthumously promoted to detective an honor that will help the family. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> members of the collingswood new jersey police department were at the funeral. they sent us photos of themselves standing two blocks from the church. philadelphia and other pliferlts pliferlts -- police departments were there, as well. walter palmer announced this weekend his charter school is closing. the school district of philadelphia and the courts had shut down the high school. he was battling to keep the lower school open. in a letter on friday he wrote --
>> a spokesperson with the school district said they were not informed of the plans to close the charter school. it goes on to say they have set up a dedicated website to assist them with the transfer process. eagles wrap up their season today in north jersey. they play the giants in a game where the winners and losers go home not to the playoffs. the birds lost three straight games crushing their post season game. three weeks ago they had a chance to have a home game, but that's postponed to next season. the nittany lions won the
pin striped bowl beating boston college 31-30 in yankee stadium. the ncaa banned the university from bowl league because of the sandusky scandal. coach franklin was thrilled. >> i want to thank the seniors that stayed with the program when we needed them the most! [cheers and applause] >> and held this family together one alps -- and one last thing, you want to talk about culture, this is culture. >> coach franklin taking aim tikritics of penn state over -- tikritics of. we have are saying with breaking news, the missing asia
airline it has been missing all night. winter is hitting a number of states while back here we're tracking showers. chris. >> reporter: nydia, those showers are pushing through parts of the city, more wet weather is expected and colder weather will hit this week. i'll have the details when we come right back.
>> old man winter leaving his mark on oklahoma city. investigators say a coca-cola truck ended up on its side after the driver lost control. workers cleaned up the soda while patrols diverted traffic. snow wreaked havoc on the roads of minnesota. there were 194 crashes in a 1 hour time span -- 12 hour time
span. now they are bracing for arctic air to arrive tomorrow, highs in the teens and overnight lows below zero. very different picture hear. >> reporter: old man winter hadn't been tough thus far. we're ready. give us something. what are we doing here? 56 degrees yesterday's high temperature. let's get you outside and show you what's what's going on. there's the view in penns landing. we have a lot of clouds. a different story than yesterday when we had all that sunshine. it's shades of gray. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the showers mainly north and west of the city, with a few scattered showers across interior sections of south jersey. a few showers pushing through the heart of center city. 295, i-95 getting wet from woodbury to haddon heights to cherry hill. that's pulling through. the next stop will take us off to the northwest against upper
bucks and montgomery county. consumers burger, the -- coopers burger the shower activity is to your side. spring town is seeing shower activity this morning. it's starting to thin out. it was much more widespread about an hour ago. all the heavy weather is pushing through northern new jersey and getting ready to push into new york and up state new york. that's round number one we'll catch a break and see another round pull through during the afternoon. the headliner continues to be the temperatures. look at the highs from yesterday. atlantic city 60 degrees, topped out at 59. millville, 58. philadelphia 56. normally we should be around 42. wilmington 56 degrees, remember christmas eve 64. christmas day, 65. friday 62. and yesterday 56. it continues to be unusually mild weather. we're above the normal high for this time of the year and it is
only 7:14 a.m. winds out of the west at 6 miles per hour. the poconos in the 40s. trenton, 43. millville, 46. dover, 50. salt light and radar there's round number one racing off to the northeast. new england is getting wet from that. round number two in pittsburgh, and charleston west virginia. it will not be a washout, it will be cloudy and damp and occasional shower but not a wash. there's another system that will develop across gulf coast states that will push toward the northeast. the bulk of this will miss us to the south and work out to sea. it is this time around the cold air is a little bit too strong and bully its way into the region. it will bully the pattern. bismarck 14. omaha, 17. wichita, 18. that system is pushing like this as the cold air racing down from canada. chicago, 23.
cincinnati 36. chicago does not have any snow recorded for the month of december which is unheard of. they usually see five to ten inch. it's been mild and dry out there, as well. winds out southwest we'll see highs in the low 50s. clouds and showers monday, the winds shift and it turns colder. future tracker 6 shows clouds, there will be showers the model is bearish on that factor. we'll see more activity than what the model is showing. 6:30 round number two pulls through and that continues 2349 evening hours and tomorrow morning things clear out and we'll see the return of sunshine. 53 degrees in millville. allentown, 49. showers around, 49 in trenton and 50 in reading. tuesday, cloudy and colder,
breezy windchills in the upper 20s and low 0s throughout the day. wednesday's high 34. ful windchills in the 20s that's new year's' eve. new year's day sunny and cold, high of 38. we want to let you know a big update to our storm tracker 6 live app several new feevments were add -- features were added they are available to download from the apple and google play stores. you can add your own weather. share a digital postcard. select your favorite weather pick and share it with your family and friends. update the app to get these great new features. if you don't have our family of apps they are a great addition to any shiny new phones or tablets you received. in addition to the 6abc app there's 6abc alarm clock and events and the watch abc app all free for your rappel or android
>> now to a developing story overseas an evacuation is underway on a ferry breaking out off the greek islands. that fire broke out with 466 people on board. a life boat carrying passengers has been lord into the water. high winds -- lowered into the water. so far there have been no reports of injuries. new this morning the official end of the 13 year war in afghanistan will be marked with a ceremony in kabul. the u.s. military coalition will shift gears 0 to a supporting role. two thousand 224 american
soldiers lost their lives since the start of the war. other news we're talking about george hw bush, former president is being treated at a hospital in houston. there are indications he may be released soon. a family spokesman said his condition has improved. the 94-year-old president was taken to the hospital after experiences shortness of breath. he also suffers from parkinsons disease.
temperature today only in the 50s, right chris? >> reporter: that's right it's going to be another mild afternoon around the delaware valley. we'll see clouds today. yesterday we had sunshine temperatures close to 60 degrees believe it or not in parts of the area. today a little bit different. we'll see clouds and showers, yesterday's high, 56. today we'll top out around 53. normally we should be at 42. the numbers are well above average for this time of the year. we have a nice, little pattern change starting monday. there's the cold right there. it is only 14 in bismarck, 17 in omaha. the jet stream will finally shift. we've seen the jet stream looks like with cold air out to the west. nice and mild ray long the eastern seaboard. now things will change, the jet stream will look like that with the cold air spilling down from
canada moving into the mid atlantic and the northeast. that will last through the entire workweek and next week the jet stream looks like and it turns mild. the pattern is a little confused it's all over the place but one thing for certain there's no snow in the foreseeable foocht. >> foocht -- future. now it's time for sports. the eagles and their fans the season end today. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the eagles close out the regular season in a meaningless game against the giants but don't tell that to chip kelly. he wants to win 10-6. >> i'm going to win a football game that's what the organization is about. it's not about seeing what the future is. >> we want to get our 10th win which is, you know is pretty remarkable in this league.
>> reporter: the last time the eagles faced giants they shut them out at home. trent cole plans to play. don't nils eagles game -- miss eagles game day kickoff and the post game later tonight. the holiday season is all about giving, but the only thing they got from their former coach, is a big fat loss. the flyers in nashville where he is coaching one of the best teams in hockey. down 1 in second peter. claude giroux off the steel skates in and scores. where else the puck, where's the puck ray emory doesn't have it, microficher scores, snrierls -- flyers down 1.
that ends the flyers three-game winning streak, flyers lose 4-1. sixers in utah where they have not won in a decade. they have lost ten straight. michael carter williams, what a pass what a finish. sixers come back, that's tony rotten tieing it at 6. sixers lose 88-71. it's their second straight loss. that's sports i'm jeff skeverski. have a good day. >> some dinner delveries went to dozens of people across the philadelphia. food was dropped off at private
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152 people is missing after taking off in indonesia. breaking details coming up on "action news." a car goes out of control and flips over after nearly plowing into a home in northeast philadelphia. storm tracker 6 live double scan showers are moving into the area. this is only one of the showers. 7:30 outside to chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. hi chris. >> reporter: good morning nydia, the good news it is just that we're expecting showers throughout the morning hours round number two moves in this afternoon. it will not be a steady, soaking rain. let's go over to storm tracker 6 live double scan we'll show you what's going on. all that is left is what is pushing through bucks county. the heavy weather is pushing through long island and upstate new york. we'll catch a break in the action. if you look toward the far left-hand side of the screen you'll see showers developing near the state capitol. that will push east in the next couple of hours that's round
number two. new hope, doylestown, shower activity pushing out of the quakertown into western portions of new jersey. temperatures very, very mild. yesterday we climbed up to 56 degrees in philadelphia. will also hit 59. so unusually mild weather out there. 44 in philadelphia. that's already above the normal high for this time of the career. it is only 7:30 a.m. millville, 46. dover, 50. wilmington 42. we're some ten to 15 degrees milder than we were this same time yesterday. we're expecting another mild one tomorrow. all this comes to an an end monday night and tuesday as the cold front pulls through. day planner cloudy skies 10:00 a.m. 48. 1:00 p.m., cloudy and damp passing shower, 51. 4:00 p.m., 52 degrees, cloudy skies maybe a shower or two around we're anticipating a high of 53. it's not going to be a washout. it's going to be cloudy and
damp temperatures on the mild side. when i step back inside i'll talk about 9 colder changes in the seven-day forecast. >> chris thank you. it has happened again a plane has disappeared in the skies over asia. right now a mystery is getting ever deeper about the whereabouts of a missing air asia flight and the 150-plus people on board. 8501 lost contact overnight. the plane had taken off from indonesia on the way to singapore two hours away. there was no duress signal from the cockpit. storm clouds were a concern for the crew. >> the weather radar showing big areas of red which means there was violence from the storm going on. so it does look as though the pilot requested alternative tick routes. what has happened and possibly it's only speculation at the
moment it might have been hit and might have gone down. >> minutes ago indonesia said the air search has been suspended fortnight. some boats are still looking. >> reporter: most of the people on board the flight are indoe in -- indonesian. at this point where the plane is and what happened is unclear. ceo a air asia tweeted thank you for all your thoughts and prayers we must stay strong. this video was sent into "action news" from an overnight crash in north philadelphia. it happened on the 700 block of knorr street. the driver was speeding when he lost control. the vehicle hit a tree before plowing into a front porch column and landing on the roof in the front lawn of the home. nobody in the house was injured. firefighters worked to free the driver and female passenger from the mangled car.
she is in critical condition at einstein. the driver is in stable condition. there was a development in last week's hit-and-run in bristol, bucks county. the medical examiner said jenny russo died of natural causes not saturday of a crash of a truck near the home. the driver went to police and is free. the coroner said the death was brought on by end stage lung disease. the crash happened on her 93rd birthday. a huge crowd surged streets in queens new york city for the farewell of a slain police officer. remain wraim was remembered by -- rafael ramos was remembered by colleagues and dignitaries. the tributes took to the area. >> reporter: a sea of blue and ocean of grief by the tens of thousands fell officers came to
see officer rafael ramos off to his final journey overflowing the streets of new york neighborhood carrying their fallen comrade into the christ tabernacle church where he worshipped and about to become a chaplin. vice president joe biden leading the mourners. >> when an assassin's bullet targeted these two officers, it target the the city and touched the 0 soul of a nation. >> reporter: bill de blasio was accused of fighting with police officers he had gentle words. >> i extend my condolences to the family of the nypd that is hurting so much right now. >> the police commissioner paid tribute to the man they mourned. >> he was a hero.
>> reporter: thousands of police officers joined hands as they stood in silent witness. officers rafael ramos and wenjian liu died together shot execution style by a gunman seeking vengeance against police. as his widow and two sons were presented the flag on the ground and in the air a final salute to detective rafael ramos posthumously promoted. abc news new york. >> 7:36 now police in burlington are looking for the thieves who stole two brand new cars from burlington volkswagen on route 130. the they broke into the manager's office by smashing a window. they took two sets of car keys and laptops and ipats. one of the stolen cars has been recovered, but 9 search tibs for the other -- but the search
continues for the others. michael sams told oprah winfrey he does not believe his sexuality cost him the right to play. he was cut by the saint louis rams before the season opener. he said he plans to pew an nfl career. the aconnick restaurant at the four -- the iconic restaurant at the four seasons served it's final dinner last night. the four seasons is moving to the top of the new comcast center in 2017. many of the expwhrees who worked here -- employees who worked here for decades say they are proud to be part of the philadelphia history. >> city is moving on, the four seasons is changing that's the way life goes. nothing is forever the building is not forever.
>> they will serve lunch and brunch until june. a steak house called urban farmer will take the fountain's place. we are days away from the mummers strutting down broad street. conte is a dealer at sugarhouse casino. he said his day job and hobby have a lot of have a lot in common. >> making people happy is like making the customers happy. there's much more to come on "action news" for this sunday. 6abc loves the arts has a sweet treat. a chocolate exhibit will teach you a thing about the sweet
♪ ♪ ♪ we put all the apps you love inside a car designed to connect you to a world of possibilities. the connected car by volvo. innovating for you. give the gift of volvo this season and we'll give you your first month's payment on us. >> welcome back, beautiful shot here of the sunrising over cape may, new jersey. it is sunday, 7:41, 46 degrees, nice and mild. >> reporter: that's probably all the sun you'll see today so i hope you enjoy it.
let's go live on sky 6 get you back outside. today will not be nearly as nice as yesterday. temperature-wise easy to take for this time of the year. another day in the 50s the trade off we'll clouds and showers pushing through. storm tracker 6 live double scan we'll show you where most of the activity is, mainly north an east of the viewing area pushing into central and northern portions of new jersey and upstate new york. more showers out to the west. this will pull in the late morning hours. this is not going to be a washout, but expect to see the occasional shower from time to time. bucks county seeing wet weather everybody else starting to clear. 44 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 38 winds out of the west at 6 miles per hour. pressure reading 29.95 inches it is slowly rising. these numbers are absolutely balmy.
trenton, 43. poconos 41, dover has clipped 50 degrees. the winds will climb out of the southwest. southwest to northeast it's a mild wind flow for us. general winds speeds are 34 to 7 miles per hour it's 23409 the speed it's the direction. it will continue to usher in the milder airs in the middle of atmosphere. that will warm us up here. satellite and radar shows mixed precipitation on the back edge of this thing. this is north of pittsburgh, pushing through buffalo pushing through pittsburgh, it will slide through philadelphia getting here tomorrow. that will set up a colder week colder than this past week, christmas day 65 degrees, christmas eve 64. this up coming week, we'll be stuck in the 30s. five below at international falls, that colder air is pushing south and east.
we're on the mild side of the front. winds out of the southwest. winds shift out of the northwest, colder irstarts -- colder air starts bleeding into the delaware valley that sets up the colder week for next week. today, a lot of low-level clouds low sealing 500 feet that's the cloud cover we'll see patchy drizzle from time to time maybe the occasional shower, kind of a gray-looking day. it won't be a complete wash. the evening hours showers across south jersey and delaware overnight tonight dry north of the p-a turnpike and south and east we'll pick up wet weather. the system works out to sea monday. monday we start out with clouds and we increase the sun as the day goes on. the temperatures drop. as we flip it over to the numbers, 8:00 a.m. 36 degrees, probably topping out in the mid 40s, the numbers crash as we get
into tuesday morning. 20s and 30s these are the windchills by tuesday morning. low to mid 20s throughout the area. a touch of winter is on the way. we have a nice one temperature wise. 49 degrees in allentown cloudy skies, showers around from time to time. same thing for the jersey shore you saw that peek of sunshine. expect clouds, mild with showers, 53 degrees is the forecasted high for atlantic city. same number for philadelphia, cloudy and showers winds shufting out of -- shifting out of the west/northwest. overnight tonight showers around early 33 degrees outlying suburbs, 39 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 53 today, 46 tomorrow. 38 tuesday there's the colder weather starting to work its way in. new year's eve sun and clouds, windchills in the 20s, new year's day 38 degrees windchills in the 30s friday, partly sunny 39. saturday rainy windy and mild
high of 53 degrees can't get any snow like that. >> it is winter, right? >> reporter: i'm not happy about this. >> 7:46 the private company space x will attempt what could be its most difficult landings. a portion of the loct will rocket will try to to land on a ten foot wide target. usually they dump their fuel on the way to their destination space x wants to see if it can keep it's 14 high body in tact. many of us got something special for the holidays, but nothing like. are depo -- ali gorman has the story of one man's gift that is heartfelt. >> reporter: last year andy
started having shortness of breath. doctors found he had a large heart. he got exiting and scary news. he was going to be a dad. there was the fear am i still going to be here, how serious is this? >> reporter: unfortunately it was serious he and his wife went to the cleveland clinic for a second opinion. and learned that andy needed a new heart fast. >> they were saying they didn't expect him to live long enough to get a transplant he was that bad. >> reporter: three days later andy was on the transplant waiting list, three days after that he got his new heart. andy said it savedded life and his -- saved his life and his family and no gift will top this one. >> if not for my living donor i wouldn't be here, i wouldn't be able to meet my son. >> having him home and happy --
>> if you want something sweet to check out the academy of natural sciences has something for you, karen rogers previews a chocolate exhibit. >> reporter: from dark to milk to birth to sweet chocolate has long been one of the world's most tantalizing treat. the chocolate the exhibition tells the confection's complete story. we've all had it, but know very little about it. >> reporter: the ancient mayans cultivated the seeds and added spices and water and concocted a
frothy drinks. >> the as -- aztecs were that youthralled with chocolate. this is where the sugar met the chocolate. in terms of of the dark chocolate or milk chocolate crowd they have sugar in them. >> reporter: the exhibit discusses philadelphia's part in chocolate. >> why should i come to this exhibit? all the stories and the history and all the people in the thousands of years of labor and invention makes it taste better. >> reporter: chocolate the exhibition runs through
january 24. go to ansp.org or visit 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. the hyland park fire company upper darby got a special thank you after a rescue. the crew learned he was in tears becauses toy helicopter got stuck in a tree. the firefighters volunteered their time and showed up with with a truck and ladder to get it down. >> i was so happy that the airplane was safe and i got it back. >> not only did he get his favorite toy back, he got to be a firefighter during the day during a personal tour of the fire station yesterday. we'll be right back.
life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups. >> welcome back on this sunday, 7:55 47 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at center city where does the time go, can you believe it is almost 2015. >> reporter: this will be the last day they play christmas movie on the radio too everything is moving along. speaking of moving along these showers will be moving along later on. cloudy skies showers are expected throughout the day but not looking like a wash. showers from time to time. 55 degrees today, 46 tomorrow. combination of sun and clouds, it will be another nice afternoon. a little bit cooler than what we're experiencing today. there could be a morning shower on monday. skies could open up, we'll get
sunshine by afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast cold stuff arrives this week, tuesday's high 38. new year's day 38. friday partly sun sunny high of 39. >> we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hi philadelphia and good morning nydia. him we're leading with breaking news an air asia plane bound for singapore has gone off the radar. that happened and the frantic search is underway. a manhunt is underway for a man who stabbed five people at a birthday, he is on the run and authorities are calling him armed and dangerous. we have an incredible story of human endurance how a man survived for the three days in the alaskan wilderness after falling through the ice it's all coming up on "g.m.a." this sunday. we'll see you soon.
"good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues a little later this morning. here's the stories we're working on for you an investigation into a hit-and-run has police questioning the victim. a local fitness trainer has a new game to get kids moving,. plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast now for eva pilgrim chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han have a great sunday, we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.
breaking news, the disappearance of air asia flight 8501, the plane going off the radar overnight with more than 160 on board. how could this happen again? families anxiously waiting for word, the airline's leading updates on the search and rescue operations happening now. the treacherous weather for the holiday trip home, millions of americans driving and flying today. who will feel the worst of it? caught on camera. the life-or-death jump. >> come on, your mama is right here. your mama said do it. >> a boy trapped by the flames. his daring leap to safety to escape that raging inferno.